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KOFY
Mar 20, 2013 9:00pm PDT
money became a free for all when governor brown banned redevelopment agencies. santa clara schools wanted it and so did the governor to balance the state budget. the judge ruled the deal was done before redevelopment agencies disappeared giving the $30 million to the 49ers. >>> and when the niners and the raiders and every other pro team take the field the game will be played differently. the nfl today made a major change. abc 7 news reporter wayne freedman tonight explains this new rule. >> reporter: this is the stuff we love about nfl football. first the buildup and then the hitting. it is as american as apple pie. but for those on the wrong place at the wrong time also a flirtation with concussions and paralysis. today the nfl made it more difficult to lay out a.b. opponent on either side of the ball but making it illegal for offensive players to lead with the crowns or tops of their helmets beyond the line of scrimmage. >> we said numerous times about bringing the shoulder back into this. we are not going to not allow a runner to protect himself tore protect the football or to
KOFY
Mar 25, 2013 9:00pm PDT
in the beginning of anything that is worthwhile. >>reporter: governor brown signed executive order year ago setting the goal of 1 million and a half zero emission vehicle on california road like 2025. state on the verge of hitting 20,000. in sacramento, abc 7 news. >> city of stockton fight to go become the largest u.s. city to enter bankruptcy. in federal court in sacramento city officials are arguing that they have no alternative. they base the budget on anticipated developer fees and increasing tax revenue but all of that vanished when the mortgage bubble burst. city creditors counter more could have been done to cut employee pension. civil bankruptcy trial expected to last 4 days. >> while the supreme court takes on the historic same sex marriage battle beginning tomorrow the court also decided today to review another case that may affect california proposition 209, anti-affirmative action law. lee ann has that story. >> in 1996 california voters approved proposition 209 which banned affirmative action meaning race couldn't be taken into effect in public education, employment a
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